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This week Garden Club has the butterflies!

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Our next garden club meeting will be on: Tuesday, November 10th at 7pm. With concern over the decrease in Monarch butterflies we will be joined by a member of the Monarch Teacher Network who will talk about plants which attract … Continue reading

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4th Annual Champlain Park Halloween Run!

This year’s run on Saturday Oct.31st at 9:45a.m. takes runners through a wooded trail between Champlain Park and the Sir John A. Macdonald Parkway – one loop of approximately 800 meters for little legs (4 and under) and one longer … Continue reading

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There’s a buzz at this weeks Garden Club

Please join us for the first meeting of the Champlain Park Garden Club on Tuesday September 8 at 7:00 pm. Brent Halsall a bee keeper from Metcalfe will join us to talk about bees, pollination & honey production. All are … Continue reading

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Open CPCA Executive Meeting – April 16

We invite any interested members of the Champlain Park Community to join us at our next Open Champlain Park Community Association (CPCA) Executive Board meeting. When:    Thursday – April 16, 2015 At:          7pm – 9pm Where: Champlain Park Fieldhouse Meeting … Continue reading

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Call for Canvassers – 2015 Membership Drive

Champlain Park Membership Drive It’s that time again! This year, we need your help! CANVASSERS are the core of our Community Association’s fundraising effort.  Revenues collected from our annual membership drive enable a variety of activities in our community, including: … Continue reading

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Second Kitchissippi Ward Forum – April 18 – Registration Requested

As part of my election commitment to you, I promised to hold quarterly open, public forums for the whole ward. The first ward forum, on 17 January 2015, ended up being standing room only. We’re pleased to announce the details of … Continue reading

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Can you sew? Will you make a tree?

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The tree reps from community associations in Kitchissippi, and from the Champlain Oaks Project, want to create a tree mascot. It will be life-size and it will walk! The mascot will support our work in protecting mature trees in Kitchissippi … Continue reading